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Jam Audio debuts lightest true wireless earbuds yet at CES 2019

With a promised six hours of playback, these sub-$100 true-wireless earbuds sound enticing.

Published onJanuary 7, 2019

Promo image of the Jam Live Free true wireless earbuds on a blue background. The charging case is pictured in the bottom right corner of the image.
Jam Audio The Jam Live Free includes a portable charging case and IPX4-certified earbuds.

Today, Jam Audio debuted its newest true wireless earbuds the Jam Live Free at CES 2019 in Las Vegas. The earbuds are IPX4 water resistant and afford up to six hours of playback. When the battery life runs low, listeners can rely on the compact charging case, which provides an added 72 hours of juice.

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These affordable true wireless earbuds are even lighter than the company’s previous iterations like the Jam Ultra and the more recent Live True earbuds, both of which feature a nearly identical cloth-wrapped design and water-resistant build. While both products had trouble with battery life, the Live Free claims to double playback time, an ambitious assertion.

Jam Live Free true wireless earbuds in black on white background. The case is also pictured below the earbuds.
Jam Audio The IPX4 earbuds provide six hours of playback and are the company’s lightest true wireless earbuds to date.

We’ll be sure to provide more information when it’s released. In the meantime, the Jam Live Free will be available in August 2019 for $89.99.

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